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We’re organizing the first-ever live Jelly Chat! Join us Tuesday, June 26 at noon (PDT) here on Facebook, or on Twitter at #jellychat. We’ll take your questions and devote an hour just to jellies. We welcome your questions in advance (Spanish, too)!
What’s your guess: is this a real jelly? Learn how our exhibits staff dreams up the displays you enjoy every time you visit, in our latest podcast!
Wondering how you’re going to make it to the weekend? We’ve got a solution: Mediterranean jellies!
Can this be real? We’ve added more beautiful flower hat jellies (Olindias formosa) to our new special exhibition, “The Jellies Experience.”
At our new special exhibition, “The Jellies Experience,” you can draw a digital jelly and launch it into a virtual ocean with creations made by others—then get a copy via e-mail! Check out one visitor’s creation!
Want to exercise your artistic skills? At “The Jellies Experience” you can draw a digital jelly and launch it into a virtual ocean with creations made by other visitors—then get a copy via e-mail! It’s turning out to be one of the most popular features of the new exhibit.
Did you know we’re always experimenting behind the scenes with new species of jellies for our special exhibition, “The Jellies Experience?” While you won’t see these Indonesian jellies (Chrysaora chinensis) on exhibit, you may sometime in the future!
Are they real, or not? Our new special exhibition, “The Jellies Experience,” features these stunning, illuminated acrylic models suspended from the ceiling.
Dunce cap jelly (Periphylla periphylla) Actual size: to 8 in. (20 cm) high
Sea wasp (Chironex fleckeri) Actual size: to 9 in. (22 cm) across
Polar jelly (Benthocodon hyalinus) Actual size: to 1.5 in. (4 cm) across
Hula skirt siphonophore (Physophora hydrostatica) Size: to 4.5 in. (12 cm) high
Lion’s mane jelly (chair) (Cyanea capillata) Actual size: to 6.5 ft. (2 m) across
Are you ready to groove to “The Jellies Experience?” Now open!
What’s it like inside our new special exhibition, “The Jellies Experience?” Take a look—it’s far out!